Society of Scottish Artists Annual Exhibition 2015

THE 119th ANNUAL OPEN EXHIBITION OF THE
SOCIETY OF SCOTTISH ARTISTS 2016

National Galleries of Scotland,
The Academy, Upper Galleries,
The Mound, Edinburgh, EH2 2EL

31 October – 24 November

SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW CLOSED

Now in its 119th year, and with a diverse 18 prizes on offer, the Annual Open Exhibition of the Society of Scottish Artists is now calling for submissions.

The SSA invites submissions of new, original, adventurous and experimental artwork from both members and non-members, from Scotland and beyond.

Installation, video, digital artwork, sound and performance art will be selected alongside a strong core of works in traditional media, including painting, drawing, sculpture and printmaking.

The Selection Committee will choose a shortlist from digital photographs of work online and these shortlisted works will then be viewed in The Academy, where the final selection will be made.

Society of Scottish Artists Annual Exhibition 2015

PLEASE NOTE, THERE ARE TWO DIFFERENT DEADLINES FOR SUBMISSIONS

DEADLINES FOR ENTRIES: SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW CLOSED

Monday 4 July, 12 noon: Deadline for online digital submission of installation, film, performance and large-scale work (over 180cm in any direction, including any frame).

Thursday 1 September, 12 noon: Deadline for online digital submission of all work (under 180cm in any direction, including any frame).

FURTHER INFORMATION ON THE DIGITAL SUBMISSION PROCESS AND FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

*ENTER ONLINE AT: www.s-s-a.oess.uk 

*Members please note: This is an external website and does not contain the same login details as the SSA website. If you have not visited this site before you will need to register first with your membership number to set up a password. A reminder of your membership number was sent to you in an email titled ‘SSA 2016 Open For Entry’ on the 17 May.

 

Images: Homepage feature, artwork by Andrea Geile, photograph by Chris Watt.
Other images, Society of Scottish Artists Annual Exhibition 2015, photographs by Norman McBeath.

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